I had first interview with recruiter at corporate. Followed up and was told manager of gym had made calls already for 2nd interviews. Ok, I didn't receive a call. A few days later, I get call for an interview at that gym. Go through many questions only to be told there is no position open now. Ok. Then several days later, I get a call for another interview with gym manager. Ok. Again, go through many questions with manager and then another person interviews me. I am told there is a job coming up within the month. Ok. Several days later, I get a call saying very positive things about me, but no job opening until January! All this for a part time, minimum wage job. Very confusing, strange process. Process started in October.
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Crunch Fitness a better place to work?
Allow a universal gym membership plan for a flat rate of $15-20 per month with NO enrollment fees, NO processing fees and NO annual fees with NO yearly contract (at given price) and make cancelling a gym membership easy/stress-free without jumping through a bunch of corporate hoops then you'll have my vote.
Also, allowing this “type of membership plan“ access to ALL gym equipment and accessories at any given Crunch location would be a day #1 purchase for many beginners.
The corporate politics and greed that's squeezing customers for everything they can is forcing people to find different alternatives for reaching their fitness goals.
And that's my 2 cents...
Like most revenue based companies, sales goals & performance metrics can be intimidating & stressful (especially when your income depends on it)
Despite high management turnover, good time management skills & focus can lead to a rewarding career.
It is a conversation starter and like everything else depending on where you are in life, it can be a good or bad thing
I love my work hours because they give me the flexibility to get my personal errands done without having to request time off.
Does the gym feed you clients or does the trainer have to prospect and get their own?
Prospect to get their own, though front desk at times gives potential clients to training staff.
I'm going to be starting as an Elite trainer and I was wondering, Do personal trainers at Crunch get health benefits?
At the corporate locations, only employees in sales and management get to enroll in the benefit packages; cannot speak for the franchises